FEMA announces open emergency specialist, engineer positions

FEMA announces open emergency specialist, engineer positions.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced on Monday that there are openings for an emergency management specialist and civil engineering position available.

The emergency management position will be located in Denton, Texas, and is focused on mitigation operations. Typical assignments will include providing guidelines, technical data and reports of regional Risk MAP program and reviewing state plans and grant agreements. This person will also be acting as the individual that will respond to correspondence and visitors and other information requests relating to Risk MAP implementation.

Candidates should have at least one year of experience at the GS-11 level of government service with specialized experience with flood risk mapping program administration relating to the National Flood Insurance Program.

This position’s application window closes on Oct. 23 or when 200 submissions have been received.

The civil engineering position is also located in Denton, Texas, and will be focusing on hydraulic engineering operations. This position will largely be tasked with management of engineering based flood studies and other mapping projects. This position will serve as the expert in engineering with regard to consultation and review of hydrologic and hydraulic flood plains studies.

Candidates must have a degree in engineering from a program that is accredited by the Board for Engineering and Technology for professional engineering or an equivalent combination of work and educational experience. Current registration as a professional engineer in any state would suffice for this requirement.

This position’s application window also closes on Oct. 28 or when 200 submissions have been received.


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